Are You a Great Employee?

Have you ever thought about whether you are a great employee? What did you decide? What is your true value to the company? What do the managers think of you? Every employer has a list of great employees. It may not be written down, but it exists. Are you on this list? Here are a few traits of great employees.

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

Recent research findings between money and happiness appears to run counter to the many decades of research that show a poor relationship between money and happiness. So can money buy happiness? This research points to the fact that it can to a certain extent.

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Improve Your Health at Work

If work wasn’t forty hours a week or more, we could easily justify not worrying about health at work. But we spend so much time working that it is important to incorporate these simple activities into your daily routine in order to improve your health.

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Long Work Hours for Women Linked to Chronic Illnesses

Women with long work hours—averaging 60-hour workweeks over the span of three decades—triple the risk for diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and heart trouble. Whereas men working the same amount remain relatively unaffected. One possible reason is that women who have long work hours have additional stressors because they often take on the majority of familial responsibilities.

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What Are the Main Workplace Stress Causes? It Depends on Who You Ask

How can employers and employees who work at the same company disagree, often times significantly on the main causes of employee workplace stress causes? It is almost as if these two tiers of a company have very little interaction. See the results for yourself in this exposition.

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Five Characteristics That Define True Workplace Leadership

True leadership in the workplace can transform it. It is inspirational to work under a true leader. What are some of the leadership qualities that define a great leader? This post reveals five common leadership qualities that may help take your department or company to the next level.

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What to Do with a Passive-Aggressive Coworker

The infamous passive-aggressive coworker. They are aggressive but in a sly, cowardly manner. They can drive other co-workers to madness. Look for these signs to identify a passive-aggressive coworker, and use some of these techniques to deal with one of the most dreaded types of coworkers.

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Answering Loaded Interview Questions

Loaded interview questions are very difficult to answer. Oftentimes they are either too vague or they invite criticism of yourself, or others. However, answering loaded questions successfully and tactfully can certainly help you stand out in an interview.

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Three Financial Concepts You Didn’t Learn In School

Financial concepts can be confusing to teach and learn about. School’s typically do not take the responsibility of teaching kids about them, and the task if left up to the parents. Whether you’re the student or the teacher in this situation, here are three financial concepts worth knowing about.

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